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Quebec reports lowest COVID-19 increase since September

Quebec reports lowest COVID-19 increase since September
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Quebec reported the lowest daily COVID-19 case increase in months early this morning, with 728 new infections.

That’s the lowest number of new cases since Sept. 27.

Sadly, 16 new deaths were also reported, including five over the previous 24 hours.

There are currently 804 in the province hospitalized because of the virus. Of those, 136 people are in intensive care.

Montreal was the most affected region with 316 new cases of COVID-19.

Since the start of the pandemic, Quebec has reported 277,518 cases and 10,229 deaths linked to COVID-19.

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